Captain of PSG for the first time in his career the kick-off, Presnel Kimpembe has not made a great match in Nantes, but has assumed its status at the end of the match by going out to meet fans, necessarily very enhanced after this new defeat.
The players PSG had evidently not the heart to explain yesterday, after their new defeat to Nantes. For the third time in a row, they have missed the opportunity to validate a title that they will eventually win one day and decided not to speak to the press. At the final whistle, the players are also all returned to the locker room, without a sign to the hundreds of supporters parisians come to Nantes (830 according to The Team, 900 according to Le Parisien). All except Presnel Kimpembe, the captain of an evening, Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting, Thilo Kehrer and Moussa Diaby.
Two leaders of the Ultras are entered on the turf at the final whistle to explain with the quartet. The discussions were primarily conducted by Kimpembe, says The Parisian. Beyond the results, the fans have regretted that a few players are coming to greet them at the end of the match. There has necessarily been of blame and pressure, but not aggressive as during the drive to the Park, post-Manchester, according to an eyewitness quoted by The Team. By way of apology, the four players the parisians have offered their shirt to the fans of the parisians, come to Nantes.
Sunday, for what will perhaps be this time the match for the title against Monaco, Parc des Princes will not be full. The upper part of the tribune Auteuil is the subject of a lock-up on the part of the LFP, and as an expression of solidarity, the Ultras of the lower part, decided to boycott the match according to Le Parisien. Unless the justice decides otherwise. On Wednesday, the national Association of fans (YEARS of age) has brought before the summary proceedings judge of the administrative tribunal of Paris to try and suspend the closed session. The court must decide at the end of the week, but these queries result however rarely according to the daily île-de-france.